This post will briefly summarize your rights in the Municipal Courts of New Jersey. Indeed, as an independent branch of government constitutionally entrusted with the fair and just resolution of disputes, the judiciary preserves the rule of law and protects the rights and liberties guaranteed by the Constitution and laws of the United States and the State of New Jersey. In addition to sentencing defendants, people who do not come to court when summoned or subpoenaed, make payments as required, or comply with other requirements of their sentences, face additional punishments including fines, drivers’ license suspension, arrest, and jail. Therefore, to protect your rights in the Municipal Courts of New Jersey, call me at (856) 812-0321. Read More
Charged with 13 counts of forgery and theft, a Trenton woman allegedly passed fake money at several businesses. Raritan Township cops nabbed the 18 year old after she allegedly used counterfeit $100 bills at a CVS Pharmacy and a Hallmark. While locked up, the police interrogated her and later filed the charges, per nj dot com. Indeed, the cops charged her the day after they interrogated her. This strongly suggests she waived the right to remain silent and confessed. Keep on reading!